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Each Liniar conservatory is beautifully designed and made to your own individual style, using your choice of Liniar windows and doors combined with a variety of bespoke roof shapes.

CGI of large living room with Irish Oak conservatory

Create space

A conservatory is the ideal way to add space to your home – and with the Liniar uPVC system, you can include perfectly matching windows, doors and a glazed roof in a wide range of shapes and styles, resulting in an attractive room you can use all year round.


functional design

All Liniar conservatory roofs are made of aluminium construction with EnergyPlus uPVC

on the exterior. This makes them more thermally efficient than alternative roof systems, with the added advantage of slim sightlines when looking outwards, for unobstructed views and light.


A variety of shapes and styles

Liniar conservatories are built to your own bespoke design, and roofs usually fall into one of 5 shapes.
Browse the different conservatory styles below to help you determine the best shape for your conservatory!
(If you're looking for a lantern-style roof to add to a flat roof extension, visit our lantern roofs page!)



The lean-to conservatory roof can be used to create a separate sun room or added to extensions to provide more natural light. This style offers one of the simplest glazed roof solutions for bungalows and porches. 

Whether in traditional or contemporary settings, a lean-to is ideal for homes that have limited space under the eaves, such as a bungalow, or an area that's too difficult to home a conservatory, because the pitch of the roof on a lean-to can vary.


Sharing many characteristics with the Edwardian, gable end conservatories feature a traditional apex pitched roof combined with a striking front elevation, being fully glazed right up to the apex. 

Often called the 'sunburst effect', the front of gable end conservatories gives the appearance of the rising of the sun, and the gable roof gives a grand and stunning impact, both inside and out. 

conservatory internal
Liniar double hipped conservatory style in white


Featuring a pitched roof on both sides, a double-hipped conservatory shape allows natural daylight to flood in and offers a striking addition to any home.

Installing Liniar bi-fold doors will give your double-hipped conservatory an additional 'wow' factor!


A combination conservatory can bring a bespoke touch to your home, with two high performance glazed roof shapes bought together to create a unified space for you and your family. Combining shapes may be the perfect solution for maximising your available garden space and complementing your property.

To make the conservatory more divided, why not combine the Victorian with a lean-to shape, resulting in a P-shaped conservatory?

For larger homes, a T-shaped conservatory could work well - a combination that features a central projection and can be Victorian, Edwardian or Gable. Contact your chosen Liniar supplier to find out all the options avaiable.

combination conservatory
Golden Oak conservatory


Featuring a square or rectangular shape, the Edwardian conservatory is the ideal shape for furnishing internally, leaving you with no wasted space. 

Originally built on homes from the 18th and early 19th centuries, the style has been replicated on many neo-Georgian properties since.

The Edwardian conservatory style borrows features from Green and Roman architecture, as many ruins were discovered during the period and the design was quickly copied at the time.


One of the most popular conservatory styles and similar to the Edwardian, a multi-faceted Victorian conservatory can add traditional elegance to any home for those not wanting a square or rectangular shape.

Love for conservatories blossomed in the UK during the Victorian era, due to their love of exotic plants and foliage necessitating a way of keeping the plants alive during the cold winter months. 

Attractive and versatile, Victorian conservatories can be designed to suit the space you have available - from a large garden to a small patio. 

Liniar white Victorian conservatory style
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This product is available in more colours for bespoke orders. See the full colour range here.

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PVCu on aluminium frame
Frame Depth
From 70mm to Zero|90
Wide choice including solar control and self-cleaning
Recycled material
Contains Recycled Material
Fully recyclable
Maximum size
Subject to individual specifications

trouble-free ordering & installation

The Liniar Conservatory roof system is conveniently available in a kit format, ensuring a seamless ordering and installation process. The kit includes all the necessary components for installers to construct an impeccable conservatory roof.

Watch this video to discover seven compelling reasons why Liniar is the ideal choice for your new conservatory.

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